Canada Post warns of significant demand ahead of Christmas
Now that Thanksgiving is behind us, Canada Post is asking Canadians to start thinking ahead to Christmas.
Officials with he postal service warn they expect to deliver a significant amount of online shopping packages this year and are asking Canadians to start shopping early to avoid a backlog.
A Canada Post survey shows nearly 48 percent of shoppers plan to spend mostly or exclusively online this year.
To help meet the demand, 4,000 temporary seasonal employees will be hired and weekend deliveries will be scheduled in many communities.
Matt Holmes Speaks with Angela Davidson - Ambassador regarding Help Kids Shine Campaign 2020
The Ontario Hockey League is expected to announce a February 4 start to their upcoming season. Tim talks to IceDogs GM Joey Burke. Training camps are expected to open on January 25 and the OHL is also expected to unveil an eight-team playoff format. The league halted its 2019-20 season on March 18 due to the COVID-19 pandemic
BUSINESS STORIES OF THE WEEK - Marvin Ryder, Assistant Professor DeGroote School of Business McMaster UniversityBad day on the US stock market. Electric Hummer. Tim Hortons sales. Cenovus Energy announced a $3.8 billion purchase of Husky Energy – Tim talks with Assistant Professor DeGroote School of Business McMaster University Marvin Ryder